The information contained in the child count reports is collected each year and represents a count of Minnesota children and youth, ages birth through 21, who are eligible for and receiving special education and related services. This count is completed through the Minnesota Automated Reporting Student System (MARSS). It is reported to the U.S. Department of Education and provides the most basic and useful information regarding special education demographics in Minnesota.
Child count reports include data by age, disability, and federal instructional setting.
Regional Leadership Summits Filling Up Fast!
Aligning systems, through postsecondary partnerships, for student success. You are invited to assemble a secondary or postsecondary team to deepen our common understandings of newly-enacted legislation and to explore opportunities for new or expanded partnerships between our E-12 and postsecondary systems that will better prepare our continuum of learners to be career and college-ready. Spots still available in Brainerd and Rochester! An additional summit is being hosted in Marshall on Jan. 15th. Register by Jan. 10. If you registered for Rochester summit and want to switch to Marshall location, contact Jessica Espinosa.